Robert Crayhon's Nutrition Made Simple: A Comprehensive Guide to the Latest Findings in Optimal Nutrition
Nutrition is a complicated subject. This book, divided into 40 short chapters, makes it simple. An outstanding compilation of nutrition information. I consider it to be one of the seminal books in nutrition.--Brian Leibovitz, Ph.D., editor of Journal of Optimal Nutrition.
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The author of this well-organized and easily understood book is a certified nutritionist who operates six clinics and hosts two syndicated radio programs about nutrition. Although many of his ... Read full review
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